Documentary in the Digital Age by Maxine BakerDocumentary in the Digital Age by Maxine Baker

Documentary in the Digital Age

byMaxine BakerEditorMaxine Baker

Paperback | September 23, 2005

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This unique overview of the work of many new and influential small screen documentary makers examines many different approaches to the use of new technology to produce innovations in documentary form and style.
Visiting senior tutor in the Documentary department at the National Film and Television School, UK, and visiting Professor at the Escuela International de Cine y Television, Cuba. She has produced documentaries for Channel Four, the Scottish Arts Council, Granada TV and independently. Maxine was formerly Director/Chief Executive of the...
Title:Documentary in the Digital AgeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:September 23, 2005Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0240516885

ISBN - 13:9780240516882


Table of Contents

Errol Morris: American Iconoclast; Nicolas Philibert: French Sensibility; Paul Watson: Influence and Innovation; Pawel Pawlikowski, From Poland to Lalaland; Kevin Macdonald: In the genes?; Norma Percy ; Popular Investigative History; Brian Hill: Documentary the musical; Victor Kossakovsky: The Poet from St Petersburg; Sean Langan: Journalist with a camera; Clive Gordon, the Berlin Aesthetic; Sean McAllister: Director/camera, With Attitude; The author's Lessons from a Life in Documentary; The Film-makers filmographies; International Documentary Film Festivals; International Film Funds

Editorial Reviews

'Maxine Baker's book...could not come at a better time. Features interesting interviews with nonfiction moviemakers whose work you might not be as familiar with....This book serves as the perfect read for both the aspiring documentarian and the avid doc fan.' - MovieMaker magazine "This is a must-have insight into modern documentary; the principles that govern it and the conventions it often breaks. It deserves a place on the shelves of film commissioners, film students and documentary consumers as prominent as the place these documentary filmmakers have carved for themselves on our screens." - 'Maxine Baker's inspiring analysis and discussion of an important selection of contemporary documentary filmmakers and their work is going to make this book essential reading for all my documentary students.'Dr Erik Knudsen, Programme Director, MA in Television Documentary Production, University of Salford, UK 'I just hope that the younger filmmakers will read this book. Inspired, they will reject those followers of format and in so doing bloom and excite their audience with their own innovative and authored way of representing documentary life.' - Royal Television Society Journal